HOW TO DEAL WITH IMPOSSIBLE PEOPLE

UNDERSTAND THAT IT IS NOT YOU… IT’S THEM. THE BLAME GAME…

Impossible people have complete mastery of blaming skills and the inability to see themselves and to take responsibility for their actions…further projecting their bad behavior on you to. Blaming is what impossible people do, and they do it well.

Chances are, the more often they blame you, the more they themselves are actually at fault. Instead, you are only facing the facts, for your own sake.

If you accept responsibility for your own faults and resolve to improve yourself, it’s probably not you. Impossible people “can do no wrong.”

Remember the last fifty times you tried to have a civilized discussion with an impossible person? Chances are, every such attempt ended in you being blamed for everything…

http://www.wikihow.com/Deal-With-Impossible-People

Kangen Water + Celebrity Endorsement

Enagic is going big and it going GLOBAL!
With offices in Australia, Canada, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy,  Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, Philippines, Singapore, United States of America.
Soon more offices will be opening in Indonesia, Brazil and India!

I am proud to be a distributor and am grateful to be sharing this wonderful water and information on health with others!

It is exciting to see that Kangen water has even reaching and touched the lives of some pretty famous celebrities such as:

– Bill Gates
– Demi Moore
– George Lopez
– Sammy Hagar
– Peter Townsend
– Carlos Santana
– Magic Johnson
– Steven Segal
– Stevie Wonder
– Kirk Warner
– Donvan McNabb
– Erin Brockovich
– Jillian Michaels
– Donna Karan
– Ron Perlman
– Pat Boone
– Ringo Starr
– Steven Tyler

Desirable Relationships

What you do most desire in a relationship?

I have discovered along the long, traveled and beaten path that I desire: Continual Growth and Development. Patience and Perseverance. Emotional Adaptability.

As an explorer in the realm of emotions and interpersonal communication, I trust and believe that I will learn a lot about what makes a relationship good or bad.

My thoughts on love and love relationships…amongst physical attraction, and common interests, the notions of reciprocity and being able to be present, creatively conscious and mutually responsive in a relationship are no doubt a few fundamental keys to a successful relationship.

I am continually learning that the true test of a happy relationship is whether myself and the other person can steer the right course between evolution and stability, avoiding the reefs on both sides.

CHEERS TO LOVING!

 

Reality Is What We Take To Be True

FOOD FOR THOUGHT…

Reality is what we take to be true.
What we take to be true is what we believe.

What we believe is based upon our perceptions.
What we perceive depends on what we look for.

What we look for depends on what we think.
What we think depends on what we perceive.

What we perceived determines what we believe.
What we believe determines what we take to be true.

What we take to be true is our reality.

David Bohm, Berkeley 1977 

 

Alcohol – It’s Effect on Your Body

I have as Wikipedia states…”Alcohol flush reaction (also known as Oriental flushing syndrome,[1] Asian flush syndromeAsian flushAsian glow, among others) is a condition in which an individual’s face and/or body experiences flushes or blotches as a result of an accumulation of acetaldehyde, a metabolic byproduct of the catabolic metabolism of alcohol. This syndrome has been associated with a high risk of esophageal cancer in those who drink.[2

Even though I turn beet red from drinking and have experienced many of my own debaucheries in the past…I do like to enjoy the taste of a dark beer or glass of wine…every now and then.

And because my days of heaving drinking and partying are long gone. I was curious to do a bit of research on the effects of alcohol on the body. One glass every other day has been said to be good for the heart but I discovered that overall alcohol (in the way most Americans consume it) will cause malnutrition.

SO DRINK WELL. DRINK WISELY! BE WELL! CHEERS!

Alcohol and Malnutrition

For moderate drinkers, alcohol does not suppress food intake, and may actually increase appetite.  Chronic alcohol consumption appears to have the opposite effect.  Alcohol causes euphoria, which depresses appetite, so that heavy drinkers tend to eat poorly and become malnourished.

Alcohol is very rich in energy and has 7 calories per gram.  But like pure sugar or fat, the calories are void of nutrients.  The more calories an individual consumes in alcohol, the less likely it is that they will eat enough food to obtain adequate nutrients.  To make matters worse, chronic alcohol abuse not only displaces calories from needed nutrients, but also interferes with the body’s metabolism of nutrients, leading to damage of the liver, digestive system, and nearly every bodily organ.

Health Effects of Alcohol Consumption

Arthritis  Increases risk of gouty arthritis
Cancer Increases the risk of cancer in the liver, pancreas, rectum, breast, mouth, pharynx, larynx and esophagus
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Causes physical and behavioral abnormalities in the fetus
Heart Disease Raises blood pressure, blood lipids and the risk of stroke and heart disease in heavy drinkers.  Heart disease is generally lower in light to moderate drinkers.
Hyperglycermia Raises blood glucose
Hypoglycemia Lowers blood glucose, especially for people with diabetes
Kidney Disease Enlarges the kidneys, alters hormone functions, and increases the risk of kidney failure
Liver Disease Causes fatty liver, alcoholic hepatitis and cirrhosis
Malnutrition Increases the risk of protein-energy malnutrition,; low intakes of protein, calcium, iron, vitamin A, vitamin C, thiamine, vitamin B6 and riboflavin, and impaired absorption of calcium, phosphorus, vitamin D and zinc.
Nervous Disorders Causes neuropathy and dementia; impairs balance and memory
Obesity Increases energy intake, but not a primary cause of obesity
Psychological disturbances Causes depression, anxiety and insomnia

Mind-Body-Spirit Medicine


Nearly half the US populations turns to complementary, alternative and integrative practices to maintain or improve their health. UCSF’s Dr. Kevin Barrows explores the concept of mindfulness in healing. Series: “UCSF Mini Medical School for the Public”

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